Invest in Slovakia: Economy and business environment

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This article was published in Investment Advisory Guide - Your key to understanding the Slovak business environmentThis article was published in Investment Advisory Guide - Your key to understanding the Slovak business environment

This article was published in Investment Advisory Guide - Your key to understanding the Slovak business environment.

How much does it cost to open a bank account in Slovakia? Which countries does Slovakia import to the most and what fuels GDP growth in the heart of Europe? Read below for detailed answers to all of your most pressing investment questions.

Inflation (9/2020): 1.4%
GDP growth (2019): 2.3%
GDP per capita 2019 (nominal): USD21,039
GDP per capita 2019 (PPP): USD32,793
Foreign trade (2019): Export €80.61 billion, Import: €79.28 billion
General government debt (2019): €76.84 billion

Detailed breakdown:

GDP - Slovakia & the European Union

Main economic activities by gross added value:

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